"War Relics Go to Scrap Heap"

Two young ladies from Seattle's Franklin High School, Jean Grasser (left) and Lugenia Whitehouse (right), showing a Civil War musket and bayonet that were handed in to melt down for reuse during World War II. The knife was used in World War I and the girl on the right is holding a fired artillery round from the Battle of Seattle in 1856. Photo from a 1942 edition of the Seattle Star



Two young ladies from Seattle's Franklin High School, Jean Grasser (left) and Lugenia Whitehouse (right), showing a Civil War musket and bayonet that were handed in to melt down for reuse during World War II. The knife was used in World War I and the girl on the right is holding a fired artillery round from the Battle of Seattle in 1856. Photo from a 1942 edition of the Seattle Star

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